The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on October 10, 1921 · Page 3
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, October 10, 1921
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4 THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS 35 i l 1 7 J- . I Butler's Offer You A PIANO OPPORTUNITY You Cannot Afford to Miss f "l K 2 Never have we offered such low prices as we are giving you under our great remodeling sale. Carpenters, decorators and electricians are working day and night to get the store ready for our huge opening. Our full stock arriving daily, causes us to sacrifice on used pianos and player pianos. The ' bargains will last only a few days. l ; , ' r Gulbransen Players The Red Cross is spending fen Million Dollars a "Year to help the ex-service man and his family ' mm rs 1 il ' . IJBT.. A V MTj'mtl. S! J .A- 1 Slightly Used Pianos That have been rebuilt in our own shops and are musically reliable. Fully guaranteed SCHUMANN Strictly high grade piano with pretty mahogany case, satin finish. Action very responsive. Worth much more, and a dandy for chfi- CJ'fl'S'!? dren to learn on I VrP WHITNEY This piano will give wonderful service and has been thoroughly overhauled. Rich quarter sawed oak case. A verj- flue 4 411" buy I U LAKESIDE A piano with no regrets. Full size dark oak case, tone sweet and O Tl clear $d&U Imuial IZpIl Call J)ji-24 jQ2iM . ....tK-Vl nTT- T" i fl ll !! I in T-mn 1' 1 " " 1 1 nnn Ji To bring before the country in visual form the vast problem it is helping to solve, the American Red Cress has prepared for its Annual Roll Call, Nov. 11 to 24, a poster showing hew rather than diminishing the total of World War veterans entitled to Federal aid continues to grow. Red Cross Service to these men is costing $10,000,000 a year. SCHAEFFER Dainty mahopany case, in the medium size. New bass strings throughout. A good buy. Has soft, mellow tone $219 MARSHALL & WEND ALL Rich burl mahogany Harding- $235 case. Good serviceable piano at right price KIMBALL Bungalow size in rich golden oak. Keys Red Cross GULERANSEN PLAYER Can hardly be told from one right out of box. Rich quarter sawed oak ami $245 are as white as day piano left factory. Undoubtedly best buy in the list has high gloss piano finish. Price includes 12 rolls. ll m cabinet bench and scarf. The best player $475 A Music Cabinet Duet Bench With Each of. These Pianos buy of this year i Brand New Osborn Player-Piano This particular player piano is of the highest type, with tone of richest Quality and an action that is responsive to the very slightest touch. It is one of the easiest pedaling players we have in our entire stock. The case is of rich dark mahogany. Plain colonial design, satin finish. 15 rolls of music, combination bench and beautiful scarf design free with this player. During Th:s Sale Only $435.00 . . -1 P7 -. " I f v..-?.!-.-, j 1 mm m4 Succeeding former President V'ilson, President Harding was recently elected president of the American Red Cross. He is here seen accepting the ffxe. From left to right: Maj. Gen. Merritte W. Ire'and, Surgeon General. U. S. A.; Dr. Livingston Farrand, chairman Central Committee of the Red Cress; the Presidcnf; Asst. Secretary of the Treasury Eliot Wadswerth; Rear Admiral Edward R. Stitt, Surgeon General, U. S. N. . SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED Highest Grade New Pianos 15 Rolls j; Special I j- . . Bench "llPfe- vfea; 3 Ve,our. IfclssW I Red Cross Trains 147 Blind Vets In Useful Work AT- Red Cross Gives $310,000 to Aid 'Clean-Up' Drive An appropriation of $3lO.OV for TteA Cross work in connortion with the ; "" t . i'v c J. J,' J? x L 4 Pre-War Prices A beautiful showing of oak, walnut and mahoganv cases in a variety of standard makes. Prices $300, $315, $330, $350 and 400 and up. On terms to suit you. Carfare refunded to out-of-town purchasers. We Deliver Anywhere "clcm-up" campaipn institutotl by the i Government to bring the claim of all disabled serAiee men who are entitled j to Federal ahl before the prix-r pox--ernment bureau for section, hus be-n made by the American Red Cnxs. The Kxeemive Committee of the ' WMITrrCY PLAYER Built like a rock and sure buy at the price. In one of those specially finished Vrench walnut cases. Will last a life- Tf time Jjl Training desicnod to fit them for the battle of life was taken by 147 Minded ex-serviie men at the Rod Cross Institute for the Ilind, near Raltunore, Md., durinji the fiscal year llJO 1!21. aecordinc to the report of the Institute for that period. Of this number, 19 have gone on to other Institutions, in almost every rase to institutions where those bavin? sithi are reeclvins: advanced education. The blind ex-service men who have entered such institutions are provided with special text-books In Braille, reading which they were taught at the Red Cross Institute. Twelve men have passed from the Institute to successfully carry on some occupation or business for which they were fitted by special training.. A few have withdrawn from the Institute le-canse of poor physical condition, 14 are receiving further "training on the Job" and 87 are still In training. American Red Cross In making the appropriation authorized the appropriation of SS.'MX) of this sum to the American I vegion to defray the expense of the Lejrion representatives asslsmed to the various districts of the Veterans Bureau. The remainder of the appropriation was authorized for apportionment among the several Divisions of the Red Cross for carrying on that part of the "clean-up" work that falls directly upon the Red Cross organization. FOUR BEAUTIFUL GENUINE COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS Discontinued Models at Red Cross Plans iljjj Actual Reduced Prices Young America Sends Vast Relief To Needy Abroad $6,000,000 Effort To Save Children Medical care and clothing for thou COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA in rich mahogany case. We include 24 selections of music with this outfit. Equipped with perfect tone chamber and tone is modified QOC by patented tone lever. Just think, only 4Ww sands of children In Central and East COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA Absolute lifetime machine in beautiful walnut case. Has the only real automatic stop. This was formerly the style that sold for $120. We also include 12 selections of records in the price, today vlw COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA and 12 selections of musical, absolute guarantee. In a pretty shade of fumed oak; also has the non-set automatic stop. Wonderful value, C7ft today 5fU ern Europe are outlined as the activ COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA Former price was $140. nowr you can get this one for $S5, and includes 24 selections $05 of music. Also has the non-set automatic stop. Today Various relief projects of the Junior American Red Cross in European countries resulted In helping 237,00i destitute children during the last fiscal year, according to the annual report of the American Red Cros for that period. The growth of the activities of the Juniors abroad Is manifested by a comparison which shows this figure Is 200,000 larger than that f the previous fiscal year. The National Children's Fund raised bj school children, members of the Janlor America Red Cross, was rirawn noon for $420,557 for these proV- THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO PICK OFF REAL VALUES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ities of the American Red Cross in Europe for the current year, says a statement on the , eve of the Annual Roll Call of the organization. These activities, supplemental to the feedinp operations of the European Relief Council of which Herbert Hoover Is chairman, are designed to provide the most adequate and balanced relief within the resources of private philanthropy. Through the establishment of child MOUSE &BUTLEE; 7- cts. Receipts for the National Chil dren Frmd during th last nscal year WASHINGTON AT FIFTH MARION m totalled 1155317. America Succrs Rralan welfare stations In the centers of population- of those countries where adequate medical care Is not now obtainable, the American Red Cross plans to provide the medical assistance needed to restoY th a normally healthy -Ufa. The swm of 000,000 has boast made arallabla for Pood, rtothing and medical rallef costing f700,000 has b provided by the American Red Cross for the tho-kanria of Russian refugees stranded this t vr la Co&stanilnoDia and ri- ajsJtjr. . .

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