Journal of the Central Texas Conference, First Annual Session, Methodist Episcopal Church South Page: 84
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HENRY PILCHER'S SONS
RECEIVED HIGHERT AWARDS AT WORLD'S FAIR 1893
The Pilcher Pipe Organ of today is known as a Standard of
Perfection because of its inherent qualities. the result of heredity knowledge in-
terwoven with Twentieth Century ideas and methods.
Superiority in ACTION and
NOTE-After inspecting different makes
of Pipe Organs in Ft. Worth, Waco and
Temple, our committee unanimously se-
lected THE PILCHER ORGAN. Since
its installation we are more than delighted.
J. D. YOUNG,
Pastor M. E. Church, South, Belton, Texas
After careful investigation we decided
on THE PILCHER. After eight months
use we are deligeted with it.
JNo. M. BARCUS,
Pastor Georgetown Methodist Church and
Editor Central Texas Conference Journal.
Also builders of the following Or-
gans in Texas:
First M. E. Chuch, Huntsville.
First M. E. Church, Oak Cliff.
St. Paul's M. E. Church, Houston.
First M. E. Church, Fort Worth.
First M. E. Church, Galveston.
First M. E. Church, Georgetown.
And many others in the state.
For Catalogue, Terms, ete., address
HENRY PILCHER'S SONS, Louisville, Ky.
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Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Journal of the Central Texas Conference, First Annual Session, Methodist Episcopal Church South, periodical, November 1910; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49824/m1/84/: accessed May 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archives of the Central Texas Conference United Methodist Church.