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TREATMENT OF ENLISTED MEN
LOVER is heaped and pil
ed about the enlisted men
of the U, S. Army Base
Hospital,' Camp Greene
says First Lieutenant J.
H. Huan, of the 17th Bat-
allion, U. S. Guards, who is a patient
in the hospital and who has paid a
visit to the Red Cross building. Lieu
tenant Huan has been in the army
twelve years and as line man who
has come up through the ranks feels
that he knows whereof he speaks.
“I have never seen anything like
the treatment of the enlisted men at
your Red Cross building” says the
lieutenant. “I have been to several
hospitals and have been through two
campaigns and I know that you en
listed men here are enjoying a priv-
alege that is most rare.
‘Tf you folks had been with me
through the army life as it was before
the war you would appreciate the
more that you can never repay all the
debt of gratitude that you owe to Mrs.
Baldwin for the splendid way she has
made for you a home at the Red Cross
house. The nurses have been gracious
to you in associating with you at the
Red Cross building in a way that
the old army never knew. You owe
it to Mrs. Baldwin and to the nurses
to be every inch a gentleman virhen
you visit the Red Cr\>ss and are given
a chance to show your appreciation for
Q. M. Sergt. J. W. Miller is with us
again after a brief illness in the hos
pital. But Ward B-6 isn’t so bad is it
Sgt. John Barth, has just returned
from a ten day furlough at his home
in Philadelphia, due to the death of
Attention there old Medical Supply.
The Feud is off; You are now a mem
ber of the Honorable Q. M. C. Detach
ment. It isn’t worth the time and
what ever you do please remember
“our Rep” is at stake, please be care
Sgt. Paul R. Raymond has just re
turned from a furlough spent at ‘‘his’’
and “her” home in Boston. The little
Sgt. claims that it is very lonesome
here without his “Dear Clarrisse.”
Would the man that accidentally
picked up Sgt. Rico’s pocket book
please return same? OH, NO, He
doesn’t expect the money to be re
turned. But $4S.OO would come in
handy. The month is long. How
about that Rico?
Corporal J. W. Johnson is no more.
It is Sgt. J. W. Johnson now if you
* * *
AH, another Mystery! We are all
trying to find out why Pvt. Arledge
is seen around the Chatham Estates so
often. We sure would appreciate any
information. Why not enlighten us
* * ^
Corporal Charles Kerkhoff, the de
tachment decorator is still mourning.
Why? Because his Sweet Ma. Ma. has
left him for good.
* * *
Corporal J. W. Moreland and Cor
poral Don O. Mo’hr, are both looking
for a speedy retirement from Uncle
Sammies army. Look out girls in
Iowa and Nebraska. What cha say
Talk about your endearing young
charms! Ask Sergt. Rico, he knows.
Sergt. 1st class Walter J. Reel has
returned from a furlough in his home
in St. Joe, Mo. There sure is some
Bea-u-ti-ful Girls in St. Joe. How about
lis * *
the fine surroundings you enjoy.”
James J. Leahy of New York and
Paris, is enjoying a ten day furlough
at his home in “America.” New York
is the only America to you isn’t it
Famous Sayings of the Day.
“Where’s the Plumber?” Come on
States on the job.
Q. M. Sergt. Elrod is quite busy
these days. You tell him Julious while
I mark time. Say on.?
By Sergt. A. G. Coleman.
SPECIAL PRICES ON UNIFORMS
THIS IS NO BULL
We’ve just received a lot of very fine quality 0. D. Wool, Whipcord, Gaberdine and Serge
Uniforms, that owing to circumstances we will sell at very special prices:
$18.50 $25.00 $29.50 $35.00
REGULATION ARMY HATS - «|»3.SO STETSON ARMY HATS - ST.50
ALSO 500 PAIRS OF SPIRAL LEGGINS AT $2.50 Per Pair
SERVICE STRIPES, 20c each, 2 for 35c, 3 for 50c.
All Military Goodi now being offered at a Big Redaction. Wear a New Outfit.
19-21 East Trade St
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