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The Rio Grande rattler. ([McAllen], Hidalgo County, Tex.) 1916-1917, March 02, 1918, Image 10

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8 GAS ATTACK .................................................... 4J> Comptleb b? C. M OO N ’S P H A S E S . 4 larrl| Eastern Central M ountain Pacific D H M 0 H i D H i 0 H i 5 7 44 A 5 6 44 A 5 5 44 A 5 4 44 A 12 2 52 A 12 1 52 A 12 0 52 A 12 11 52 M 19 8 30 M 19 7 30 M 19 6 30 M 19 5 30 M 27 10 33 M 27 9 33 M 27 8 33 M 27 7 33 M EXPLANATIONS: The year 1918 comprises the year 1337 of the Moham­ medan era, when the first harem was established at' Con­ stantinople. . The year of this era begins at sunset on •October 6, 1918, so if you?re late at sunset you canJt get in on the new year. Eclipses for 1918: A total eclipse of the Sun, June 8, at 3h0 32 m., the path of the eclipse passing over Camp Wadsworth just about the time for Guard Mount. Remember the date. No need to clean your gun that day. On June 23rd there will be an eclipse of the Moon, visible only in South America. There­ fore it will not be visible in North America. Medical Note: ' When you get up in the morning with a headache, go back to bed. For a cough, cough up a dollar for our remedy. For a bad cough, cough up two dollars. Testimony: \D e a r Dr.— \For seven long years my wife suffered from nineteen various ailments, until I heard of your wonderful rem ­ edy. She suffers no more. God bless y o u ! \Y o u rs truly, \ 0 . U. GowanY W EATHER FORECAST. 1st to 3rd, Mild Period— F a i r d a y s a n d f r e s h , v e r y fr e s h ! 4 t h to 9th, Variable Period— S u d d e n c h a n g e s in w e a t h e r : s u n s h i n y , c lo u d y , f a i r , r a i n y , w i n d y , c a l m , s l e e t y , r o t t e n . 10th to 19th, Variable Period — S u d d e n c h a n g e s in w e a t h e r . S u d d e n c h a n g e s in u n ­ d e r w e a r . B o t h u n c o m f o r t a b l e . 19th to 31st — E p i d e m i c in c a m p o f s t r a n g e d i s e a s e , d a n g e r o u s b e c a u s e p h y s i c i a n s a r e u n a b l e to is o l a t e th e g e r m s . T h e r e a r e so m a n y o f th e m t h a t p h y s i c i a n s c a n ’t g e t o n e a l o n e f o r a m i n u t e . D i s e a s e in d i c a t e d b y f o l ­ lo w i n g s y m p t o m s : tir e d fe e l i n g , i r r i t a t i o n o f th e im a g i n a t i o n , lo s s o f a m b i t i o n , d i s t r e s s w h i l e w o r k i n g , e n l a r g e d d e s i r e to lie d o w n a n d d r e a m . Note — L a s t m o n t h th e c o m p i l e r o f th i s a l m a n a c p r e d i c t e d b l i z z a r d s a n d sn o w . T h e w e a t h e r w a s w a r m a n d p l e a s a n t . T h e c o m ­ p i l e r ta k e s c r e d i t f o r th i s , f o r if lie h a d p r o p h e s i e d p l e a s a n t w e a t h e r , th e r e w o u l d h a v e b e e n b l i z z a r d s a n d sn o w . T h e c o m p i l e r k n o w s h o w to m a n a g e th e s e th i n g s . USEFUL INFORMATION. T u r n i p s s h o u l d b e p l a n t e d in ric h so il, 2 to 6 lb s . p e r a c r e . F r e n c h is th e n a t i o n a l la n g u a g e o f th e F r e n c h p e o p le . F o r a b r o k e n le g , w a l k to th e n e a r e s t d r u g s t o r e a n d ’p h o n e f o r a d o c t o r . A p a w n b r o k e r is o n e w h o le n d s m o n e y a t i n t e r e s t on s e c u r i t y o f g o o d s d e p o s i t e d . V i o l e t s b lo o m in th e s p r i n g , tr a , la. I n 1890 th e p o p u l a t i o n o f T a n g i p a h o a , L a ., w a s 12,655. R o m e o w a s th e lo v e r o f J u l i e t , in a p l a y b y th e la t e M r. S h a k e s p e a r e . P o i s o n Iv y is n o t a p o p u l a r flo w e r . C h a m p a g n e is a li g h t s p a r k l i n g a n d e f f e r ­ v e s c e n t w in e . MA-Morning ■ D-Days A---Afternoon M---Minutes U s e Our O. D . P i l l s lor A l l Ills _c c « s t V Q Q Q 11 F 2 S 3 s 4 M 5 T 6 W 7 T 8 F 9 S 10 s 11 M 12IT 13 W 14 T 15 F 16 S 17 S 18 M 19 T 20 W 21 T 22 F 23 S 24 S 25 M 26 T 27 W 28 T 29 F 30 S 31 s H i s t o r y of Im p o r t a n t E v e n t s M o ttos A rolling stone gathers no moss on a muddy road Calendar N. States Lat. 42°-f Calendar S. States Lat. 33° + St. D a v id ’s Day. Inspection n e x t m o rning ju s t th e sam e. G e rm a n s again b a t t e r a t V e rdun, 1916. 1918 G e rm a n b a t t e r sour. 3rd Sunday in L e n t. 4,004 B. C. A d am p u ts aw a y his heavies. W. W ilson' inaug. 1913. W. H o h e n z o llern in dum p s, 1918. 1 s t S p ring poem w r itten , 3,109 B. C. R e jected by e d ito r Jeru s a lem G a z e tte— “ o v e rstocked.” Soldier a t Cam p W a d s w o rth p r o tests a g a i n s t h a v in g W e d n e s d a y aftern o o n off. Sam e soldier in B ase H o s p ital. S p a r ta n b u r g u n d e r tak e r s w rangling. G e rm a n y declares w a r on P o r tu g a l, ’16. ’18, K a iser hum iliated, no co u n try left to declare w a r on. St. Louis clubhouse fire, 1914. O u r liv e r rem e d y w o u ld have saved it. 4 th Sunday in L e n t. N o t observed by K itchen Police. 1 s t London D a ily, 1702. In c in e r a to r invented, 1842. G u s tavus dethroned, 1809. T a m m a n y in. All n ig h t licenses granted. In v e n to r of in c in e r a to r asph y x iated by smoke, 1842. P o p u lace m a k e s m e rry. C o rsica sold to F r a n c e , 1733. T o -day’s proverb : Isa iah 2 :17. T h e Ides of M arch. Ju liu s C a e s a r killed leaving th e Senate, 44 B. C. C o n g ress still d e b a ting cause of C a e s a r’s death, 1918. Jew ish fa s t day. N o t a Jew ish holiday. Saloons closed. S t r a i g h t lines in parade. Nero takes up violin lessons, 91 A. D. R o m a n m e rch a n ts tak e o u t insurance. C a r d inal G o tti died, 1916. N a p les cap itu lated , 1821. T u t, t u t ! S p r ing begins. W o olen uniform s reach cam p. (See wea. S tu d e n t officers look up d a ta on cost of uniform s . B a ttlesh ip O k lahom a launched, N. J., 1916. L e t th i s be P a lm Sunday. P r o v e r b : Job 1 :14. 1732, begin te a r in g up B roadw a y , New York. 1917, still te a r in g up B roadw a y . C h ilapa, M exico, destroyed by earth q u a k e , 1908. Gen. H u ll tried , 1814. H e tried our rem e d ies, Good F r id a y . Good m o rning, good afternoon, Q u iet day in cam p . Only 2,137 new rum o rs reported E a s te r Sunday. All day lo n g ! fo r e c a s t 19th to 3 1 s t). a lesson to you ! Shocking catastro p h e , and look w h a t happened, good night. 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