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The Rio Grande rattler. ([McAllen], Hidalgo County, Tex.) 1916-1917, March 09, 1918, Image 26

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24 GAS ATTACK THE CORRECT TREATMENT FOR ANY COLD Colds are contracted when strength Is lowered and the Inflammation easily develops Bronchitis or Lung Trouble, while Grippe and Pneu­ monia frequently follow and any cold should have Immediate treat­ ment with Tie National Strength Builder Which first builds up the forces by carrying rich nourishment to the blood streams and creates real body warmth. Its Cod Liver OH Is the favorite of Physicians for correcting Bronchial Disorders and Chest troubles. The imported Cod Liver Oil always used in S c o t f s Emul­ sion is now refined in our own American Laboratories which guarantees it free from impuri­ ties ■. SCOTT & BOWME, Bloomfield, N .I 102MB ENGINEERS, INFIRMARY. The new Infirmary is now open and going in full swing. The Dental Parlors of the 104th, 105th, 106th Machine Gun Battalions, and the Engineers, are installed in the build­ ing, and the crowds going in and out reminds one of a summer hotel. Major Goldstein is holding a Medical 'School for the enlisted men, which is meet­ ing with great success. Lieuts, Bles and Fitzgerald, of the Engineers, and Lieuts. Tibbetts, Powers and Kaiser, of the Machine Gun Battalions, are assisting in the daily instruction lectures. At the meeting of the Social Organization held last night, Sergt. Fink was elected Chair­ man of the Organization, and Prvt. Shay, formerly of the 71st Infantry, its Secretary and Treasurer. The boys are sure they will have some good times with this pair at their head. Prvt, Carl Track was promoted to a Pri­ vate First Class for teaching the horses to work without stalling. Prvt, Sweeney, our' barber, is trimming all the boys for their hard earned money. Incidentally speaking, I think this makes matters quite clear, —PRVT. L. I. S. LOST* One pair officers’ whip-cord breeches m. train leaving Spartanburg Saturday even­ ing, Feb. 23rd, at 11 p. m, It.is requested that the finder COMMUNICATE WITH the CAMP ORDNANCE OFFICE, ’Phone Camp Wadsworth - No. 24. DIVISION HEADQUARTERS TROOP. We have mentioned Howard Stark during the past, for reasons usually beyond his -con­ trol. This time we print his name to put a dent in his bank account. He assured us personally that he only buys G. A. when we print his name and he borrows somebody else’s copy to learn that fact. Joe Crawley, one of our medical boarders, has trained his auto truck to jump on the sidewalk when a real-machine gets any where near it. Wayman, of the Army Field Clerks ’ Soror­ ity, was arrested by an M. P. in town last week for attempting to masquerade as an officer. The eyesight of the M. P. must be in poor shape. The troop mascots are increasing in num­ bers. They now include a goat, dog and two cats. There have been chicken fanciers of all kinds on the' troop street ever since the camp was pitched, but the latest addition is the Pigeon Section Signal Corps, which has built two cotes under the eaves of the Mess Shack. While home on furlough, Private Lester S. Timmins, of Syracuse, announced Ms engage­ ment to Miss Helen T. Farrington, of Buf­ falo. __________ 106TH INFANTRY, COMPANY G. Corporals “ Father” Solon and “ Pop” Jones were out in the street Monday in na­ ture garb spilling pails of water upon one another. Clerk MacDonough and Mechanic Mc­ Laughlin are two of the best soccer players in the Division, if you care to believe Mac­ Donough. We do, for he makes up- the de­ tail and guard lists. Isn ’t it a fact that on your way to New York on a furlough all you see are Jacob Ruppreeht ’s signs, while all the way back i t ’s Coca-Cola. The Company made a record in hiking, shooting and conduct going to and from the range that is going to be hard to beat. It speaks well for the Company and for the officers, and they are justly proud of it. We ’ve- seen some men work hard, but when we saw our Lieut. Stevenson loading clips and shooting his rifle off while on the 300- yard rapid fire, w e’ll have to admit that all the other work was play. Canteen Managers! Give the Boys the Best Their Money Will Buy OUt LINE OF Cigars Cigarettes Candles AND D r e g S u n d r ies Means quick sales and satisfied patrons BEER DRUB CO. Wholesalers of Quality Products Mail Orderlies Corporals White and LaQue told the writer they would appreciate his discontinuing his writings for The Gas At­ tack, for after the first news items appeared their backs were breaking carrying copies of this publication that were sent out by the men. A lot of the men are growing moustaches for over-seas service. They will serve as camouflage, for some look like porcupine hairs, and others cactus plants. Our modern detective, Private * * Sherlock ’ ’ Mongo, is hunting a clue to the thief who stole one of our outposts and the key to the drill grounds. 1—CORP. W. B. W. TRADE AT T H E SQU A R E D E A L STORE Trade at ARNOLD'S DEPARTMENT STORE Where Your Dollars Will Find Their Greatest W orth J. THOS. ARNOLD CO. SPARTANBURG, S. C.

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