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THE RICraiOXD PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1907.
PAGJ2 SEVEN. m mm im ' i tew 1 if m ' II tiik SSI 3 ll 2 at f , j . rata i riM v. fit. V w f 1 yt. f iOME people like, one kind of music and others like another. In our Player Piano any member of the family can sit down and enjoy a classical, sacred, operatic or rag time piece of music, and by our careful study in making these instruments, the effect is almost the same as played by the composer. We invite every citizen of Richmond and surrounding territory to come in and try the latest pieces on bur player piano. We keep a nice library of the latest music in our parlors, and want you to feel you are welcome at all times. If your piano is not used as much as you would like to hear it, we suggest that you exchange it for one of these instruments. The music rolls are very inexpensive, and we start you off with a nice selection free. A Few Words With tut WAV ATS efresicc to Owr IReula Pianos and the Way We Sell Them " mk rat- IB ) TP If EM It 1- FIRST You are invited to visit our factory and see the way they are made. We invite you to ask your neighbor how he has liked his piano, no matter how long he has used it. There is not a cent of expense added such as freights and commissions, but you pay a small profit above the cost to manufacture it. We treat all alike in our ONE PRICE SYSTEM. Why not buy now, as our stock was never more complete. Beautiful veneers, in the natural woods Mahogany, Wal nut, Oak and Ebony Cor Tenth a,2ci BfiaSn lill 4 m V ii-i:- i itnm .11 IT -I II I I I I II I I II Mill mimm if 11 "R ., ' ZTT83' III ' W TELLS OF LIKE IN ARMY Columbus, O., Oct. 16. 1907. Editor Palladium: I will try to give you some good points about the army that appeals to the young man of today. Sergeant Stambach wrote me and asked me to write you and tell some thing about the army, so it might aid him in his work. . First, when the applicant has been examined and has been accepted a4id sworn in, he is no more an applicant but a recruit lie goes from the hos pital to the quartermaster, where he ' i ' l ' ' ' f gets his uniform. If he is enlisted for the cavalry he wears a blue cap with two small yellow bands around it. If he belongs to the artillery he has two red stripes and if he belongs to the infantry or hospital corps he wears the blue for infantry and the maroon for the hospital corps. The recruit gets a clothing allow ance of $178 for his first three years. The uniform's of the army men sta tioned here at the Columbus barracks have been changed In the last month. The recruits alone wear the blue uni forms while the regulars wear the olive drab. The hospital corps wear the olive drap with a small red cross on the left sleeve, above the elbow. The recruit is then assigned to one of the seven recruit companies and then his army life begins. First of all he has read to him the articles of war and regulations. If he follows the rules he is all right but woe be unto him if he sets himself up against them for he will be in the guard house for about six months for violat ing some one of the articles of war. On the second day he is given a gun and taught how to use it and how to drill. It is a very amusing sight to come out to the barracks some mornips and see some of tho re cruits who have just arrived go through their first drill. The worst thing that you can do while you are a soldier is to show dis respect for the American flag. I will give you an example of what one man got for not saluting the flag at re treat one evening. He is now in the guard house serving a sentence of six months and a fine of $60 was im posed upon hira. No matter what part of the grounds you are in when the cannons fire and the band plays "The Star Spangled Banner" you have o face the flag and stand at attention and salute the flag as it goe3 down the flag role. They are very strict .ibout this. 'Some men make uy their minds to treat the government fair and sq.uare while others do everything In their power to be as lowdown and mean as they can but when the government finds itself imposed upon, you can be sure it will not be imposed upon long while if you treat it fairly you wiU find that it will treat you fairly and you will get along all right The government offers amusement both in winter and summer. They have ans dance hall here at the barracks. It is situated over the large mess hall and accommodates about seventy-five couples. Music Is furnished by oar fine barracks; orches tra which is composed of sixteen In struments. " :M So in the long run whea . the re- rn5t's flrstt thrfi vpirs are 11T he need not look back upon them with regret but as the best three years he has had or ever will have in his life. MURL C. PIERSON. Rheumatism Is caused by the improper working of the kidneys. The uric acid which should be removed from the blood remains in it. Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea removes the cause and drives it from the system. S3 cents. Tea or Tablets. A. G. La ke n & Co. Chicago pasaeugers using C. C. Lw trains land at 12th fit. (Illinois Central) Station: most conveniently located. Remember this. G-tf PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Messrs. Harland and Wolff, ship builders of Belfast. Ireland, are to launch next month a new bow portion for the White Star liner Suevic, which ran ashore near the Lizard, on the Cornwall coast. A good two thirds of the vessel was saved and taken to Southampton for repair. Now the nevr bow which has been built for her is to be towed around from Belfast t Southampton, and t'e ship is to b rendered once more complete." The Hopry Jt-'&rally Circle. Father and motiier. risers al brother, f oo get to know one another's ictitnate fcffatrs, and the little bowel asd liver ciiturhtnecs soon ba corae hcnsehoWcoramcnt. it is well to remem ber that ia cocstfcKtisa ana ioiliifestioc. sad rtoer troubles of tcs storr&ch, liver and borwU a quick cure can be had hy tho tts of Dr. Cald well' Syrup fepia. TcJec it ioaiznt and you will fetl perfectly "well ia the mora i Hit. irTWO Caiy 50 ccms &ad 51 at UrugEisU, V T I