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INTO THE MILL AND OUT
43 and 45
S. College St.
A HALF FORGOTTEN PASTIME
Continued from page 13
Well, we sure were a pair of happy
We both arrived at Manila O.
and Hill went up before the C. 0. an 1
gave it to him strainght. The result—
well, I won’t say but did you see that
lieutenant that was up to see me yes
terday? Well, that was Rocky him
The conclusion of this story brought
forth cries of “Some line,” “Rot” an ■
a whole lot of things.
The next day it began to rain sho’-t
ly after breakfast and what we did
then was another story I’ll rave about
S. O. L.
The major who visits the patients
at A-S is just like a father. He has
a kind word for every answer.
Private Miller was asked by a friend,
‘When do you think the war will
end?” He answered, “As soon as the
medical detachment arrives over
Private Noonan has received his
discharge and is now on his happy
The new T. B. medicine. Brown’s
Mixture, is proving a very efficient
remedy for corns. Private Miller’s
best sweetheart was out to see him
yesterday. She has two sons in the
service, another besides Private Miller.
RECALLED BY NEW OCCUPATION.
Two thousand fly swatters have been made at the base hospital car
penter shop and have been distributed in every part of the hospital. The
furnishing of the new issue and the order to “swat ’em all” has recalled to
one of The Caduceus cartoonists. Private Fullerton, the favorite swatting
pastime of the long lost days “when we were kids.”
To nearly every enlisted member of the hospital force, and we sus
pect to not a few of the stately officers, the drawing brings back mem
ory pictures as painful as the attending consequences of the wild honey
hunt and yet as golden as the sun-kissed meadow, which rolls away in
the back ground.
“I want to know about a man by
the name or .Tones. Did he die?”
“Dye? Dye what?”
“I mean did he croak?”
“Hold the wire.”
GOT IT ON AT LAST.
We take the pleasure to announce
that Pvt. Herbert Mills of tent No. 11
has at last fulfilled his contract of
putting a screen door on the said
tent. He was to have it on by 10
p. m. July 4th, 1918. He has beaten
the contract by about three weeks.
Maker and Renovatorof
32 Years’ Experience
20 Years in Charlotte
MADE TO ORDER
I Make The Hat to Fit The
We Renovate Hats and Caps
26 West Trade Street
We Sell the Best”