The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on October 27, 1921 · Page 4
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October 27, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, October 27, 1921
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THE PAIUMOUNT NEWS IZXZXXXXXZXXZZXXXXXXXXXXXX3 I HI SPECIAL PRICE Now On DENATURED RADICAL REDUCTIONS IN THE WORLD'S BEST coin 1 188 PROOF Never have we offered such low prices as we are giving you Hinder 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. These bargains will last only a few days. SELECTED LIST OF FINK SLIGHTLY USED AND REBUILT PIANOS AND PLAYEK-P1ANOS Your Season's Supply at 70c per Gallon If you buy between now and November 10th 4 JAMES C. FISCHER PIANO Beautiful dark mahogany case, splendid playing condition. Tone that will instantly appeal to you. Complete with bench C "1 OjT tT to match t . . I OwtUU SINGER PIANO Beauttrul full size case, a fancy figure, curly walnut, fine action for child beginner. Special price, during sale. SCIIAFFER PIANO Handsome golden oak cae, high piano finish, cannot be told from new, and rich QOl f lift mellow tone. Special vUUU .. all I We cannot guarantee this price after November 10th, as it is almost certain to go higher. 188 Proof Denatured Alcohol is the only real and safe Freeze Proof for your Radiator. You cannot afford to be without it at such a low price. Come iii at Once or Phone 226 2 1 N B THIS SPLENDID KIMHALL PIANO This well known make will sell itself, tor it has a lf. tor It has a TW T $235.00 New riayer-riano tone of exquisite beauty, full length strings, bench to match.. E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. STORAGE BATTERIES Tires, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanising W. V. Fowler, Mgr. Phone 226 KIMiSIU'UY PIANO Shop worn; only has been used purely for demonstrations; plain walnut case; C 27R fT a bargain at .... 40 I OtUU SCIIAFFER PIANO Mahoganv case, plain design, good tone; tw-o full years to $200.00 This particular player piano is of the highest type, with tone 'of richest quality and an action that is responsive to the verv slightest touch. It is one of the easiest pedaling players we have in our entire stock. The case is of rich dark ma-hoganv. Plain colonial design, satin finish. 15 rolls of music, combination bench and beautiful scarf free with this player. i i ny m' y A 'V WW. fiW WW WW -A. WW. Wk. a Wk. WW WK. WW Wk. Wk. WW WW. WW. WW. WW rfV Sk. AA SCHUMAN PIANO Full size, dark mahogany, bench Q OC Hfi to match; only IfaWtUU S435 FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY, SPECIALLY PRICED Tit PnifiHiniiMi Vi rVfT civilized country on the plobe. ! I lit Ittl nilOU 11 1 l t S In AmcricA it causes one death in ev cry 10 after the age of 40. relished on Mondays and Thursdays 1 A special effort is being made by t - the society to make the public realize A . S . ROBERT, that cancer in its early stages is a delator and Publisher. sease that can be eradicated, that a Mmme MoLivas Robotts, Associate. jAVjrc rr,Hortion 0f deaths are thus 1 Office: Main 2t5 prpvct'.ame and the every wise person Rcs Black SS2-1 wil consult a physician the first mo ; n:i.i:riroxES 1 - nicr.t. anything unusual is felt. JSUBSCRirilUN KAltS. Cancer is a vory curious disease tXVithin Indiana.) ...$2.00 whuh the society "s experts sa is due . . 1:23 J to the running wild of certain parts. T5 j e tvxly tissue, for example, a few j One year ....... ..... Six ni'ir.ths ............... Three months. ..... t Outside Indiana.) SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED HIGHEST GRADE HEW PiAKOS v AT PRE-WAR PRICES A beautiful showing of oak, walnut and mahogany cases in a variety of standard makes. Prices $300, 31,5, $330, $350 and 400 and up. On terms to suit you. Carfare refunded to tut-of-town purchasers. We Deliver Anywhere ' cells in the breast or it? the liver or in 1 beyond the Six months 1.5 some other organ inrovr $0 i natural limit and invade the surround- ! Three m. r.ths avable strictly i k 1 . .- ' w.: . . v-i.-. k-r f Mviiv until St ItMltf 1 time after the. trouble has begun, be- piration date. d-class matter at he cells composing it are the the at Fainnous Ind.. un-: same, as the cells from which the i(T the Act of Congress of March 8, : started, and therefore, the body does . not recognize the fact that a cancer Ml con- is growing uatil it becomes of considerable size. The origin of cancer has been aptly compared to the situation in a family , seated at a dinner table when a sup- COXTKXTMENT "TVercV nothing like being tented.""" Man said that, ' Then: Remarkable Reduciions on Five Special Phonograph Outfits " j poso! relative arrives and is given a 5 When he P in the monSng he; !ach? Wvomr eating all the prumblod about the gather and about a,, finaUv the famnv ixt. This his bakfast. He had tx hurry for, . aVr ,t a car, or wit for it. Whichever it i v qu,h ig vsrr smaU at fir?t. was. he but craduallr grows and destys the' - I131 W TT-a I1II 9 T T-TTr V. lie g:oww at tne coraior. 00m,-; v -t unm uU- thing he read m his newspaper aJ n,eU. it km$ iu host by the destruc ' rove,! him. He was splashed itivn of important part of the DDI mw wnen r.e gvn: osi in? u- vi. vi jjbody. But in such a case, the cells5. just escaped it, Ktther way, he was' of the body itself are the parasites, These Instruments Ve Have Taken in Exchange on Larger Phonographs and Can Positively Not Re Told From New PATHE larR? six, golden oak case, absolutely cannot be told from new Complete during the sale with 20 selections of kQC ff music; only OWiUV LOIS PHONOGRAPH Full cabinet slite case, beautiful tone, universal tone arm. to play all makes of records; special spruce tone chamber. Instrument complete with 300 needles, 20 selections of music; $65 00 SYMPHONOLA PHONOGRAPH Cabinet sine, dark mahogany case, universal tone arm and plays all records. With 12 selections $3fl 00 ot music "jPwOtvU there being no external parasite, ; S3 far as is known, introduced from 5 the outside to cause the eavJcer. i Meanwhile, thousands of medical j do and el.ennstry scientists the world j over are giving their best cfkrts to solve the mysteries that still lie in this dread disease and the day will j come when the terrors of this disease will be largely eliminated. Speed the ' day. 1 GRAFONOLA vexed. He f lowered at the others when he reached his office. He grumbled at the telephone service. At luvkh the waiters seemed to be at the call of everyone except himself. The weather causess more grumbling than anything else, in spite of the fact that all the grumbling wxnt char.k t n the least. But many jrrumble no less at a hundred other things they are no less powerless to correct, life is full of vexations which couldn't be smoothed out even in the millennium. Contentment is refusing ts be annoyed at what cant be helped. But how many recogniie that? Most of us are more disturbed by trifles than by an approach of death itself. Whetl the last day comes, and a hush falls over it all, it wont last more than a minute. It will be broken by a myriad demands of ""Who you shoving? and "Get off my foot! , Then the man who grumbles about enn no Full site case, fonner price $150.00; used rery little. Special with 24 selections ot music Snecial with 24 selections ot music ttranrl Kw COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA This $125 Model Now FOOTBALL BAN AT j ACADEMY MAY STICK. The boys at the Fairmount Academy may play football this year, and then, a gait, they may not. according to re- j ports. They have been hoping to be premitted to organise a team and ar- j range a schedule, with teams of sur- I rounding- schools, but the ruling made SONORA Only $85 Cabinet site, mahogany case, can hardly be told from J C tf can hardly Pay Us $1.00 a Week new. Special with a selection of records at PAY US ONLY A LITTLE EACH WEEK OR MONTH by the board of trustees several years ago barring football from the school until that is done no games can be scheduled. In the meantime, how- the weather will say, So this is the lever, in hopes that the trustees will end of the world! What a poor day revoke this ruling, .the boys of the for it! Academy are practicing daily, etideav-1 oring to roundout a team should they j finally be permitted to play. LETTER LIST ' WASHINGTON AT FIFTH MARION Letters remaining in the postofRce ! as advertised for October 26, 1921 CANCER The American Society for the Control of Career has feltjt necessary to Isssue another strong warning to the general public to guard itself against ra&tdueua disease, Tha society declares that between TfVO and 100,000 ribw die in the United States, in a single year, from cancer; that the annual increase Is 5 1-2 per cent and that deaths from Cis disease are on the increase It which if not called for in two weeks ; will be sent to the dead letter office $ James JL Dart. ! It. C Swearingen. Mrs. Benjet Coleman Utt. Deliah lloore. V. P. VAN ARSDALU Pi tt.

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