The Joys of the Phonograph
EDISON has produced in the Phonograph the greatest amuser of modern times — the most perfect instrument for reproducing music, the human voice and other sounds.
There is only one Phonograph, and that was invented by Mr Edison and is made under his supervision. Naturally the best form of a sound producing machine is the one in which the inventor takes a personal interest — not an adaptation of his idea by others.
As a reproducer of music it brings into the home every form of music, some of which would cost a great deal bought in any other way.
But its best use all over this great continent is as an entertainer, amusing in every home crowds of people, young and old, every evening, with its marvelous reproduction of songs, dialogues, instrumental music and every other form of entertainment produced by sound.
To get all the fun you can out of such an instrument you must get the Edison Phonograph, and in order to know how much better it is than other talking machines you must compare them. Go to your nearest dealer and judge for yourself.
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Every new Record renews the Edison Phonograph. It is what you hear in the Phonograph that makes it interesting, not the Phonograph itself. So keep your Phonograph always fresh by supplying it with the newest Records. Hear the November Records at your nearest store, and then order them there.
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Publication: New-York Tribune
Publication date: October 27, 1907