National Geographic : 1917 Oct
Upon snow-white mountain-sides ", a'riginq oa rows Silver Grain Spruce. vt£l Tl l tO I From it,musical.artisans carve ilverGrainSp ru ce ( the Master MusicWXood Those century-old violins whose mellow, pure strains enchant' the music-lover, were fashioned from Silver Grain Spruce. Old masters knew no wood so delicately vibrant, so sweetly sensitive to the sweep of their bows. Today this chosen music-wood awakens those same exquisite melodies within the "Singing Throat" of $11 $265 to_ to $215 P-HON - $320 With a deep, mellow resonance as bewitching as the time hal lowed tone of the Strad, it satisfies your cravings for the stored-up treasures of the musical realm. Starr Phonographs are the creation of world-known musical workshops where, for a half-century, fine musi cal instruments have found incep tion. They beautifully play Starr and ALL other records. "The Difference is in the Tone- and Why," with address of nearest store, mailed on request. There are eleven Starr styles, handsome in form and finish, $55 to $320 The STARR Piano Co., Richmond, Indiana Branch Stores, Distributorsand Dealers almost Everywhere Makers, also, of Starr, Richmond, Trayser and Remington Grand, Upright and Player Pianos THE CANADIAN PHONOGRAPH SUPPLY CO., Ltd., Distributors London, Ontario, Canada New StarrRecords on sale the 15th of each month Stare- Sheraton "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."