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MRS. W. F. YOUNG COMPANY m grif m Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear and Millinery E 3 si PULASKI, VA.
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g’paglf’a Piarmarij DRAWING THE LINE M iss Cora was taking her first trip on the train. The conductor came through and called for the tickets. Cora readily gave up her ticket. A few minutes later the butcher-boy coming through called, “Chewing gum.” “Never!” cried Cora bravely. ‘‘You can take my ticket, but not my chewing gum.” — The Cver- here Digest ( Minneapolis ). OLD HABIT “I wonder if men have always complained about the food their wives served them,” said Mrs. Peasley. “I guess so,” sighed Mrs. Bumpus. “You remember it started with Adam.” The Watchman-Examiner ( New York). HE SHOULD WORRY “Where were you yesterday. Tommy Cribbs?” asked the teacher. “Please, mum, I had a tooth- ache,” answered Tommy. “Has it stopt? " asked the teacher sympathetically. “I don’t know,” said Tommy. “What do you mean, boy? You don’t know if your tooth has stopt aching?” “No, mum, the dentist kept it .” — Los Angeles Times. ' i »} ' fc Sunday School Teacher — Is your papa a Christian, Bobhy? Little Bobby — No’m. Not today. He’s got a toothache.
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WE TERN A HOUSE INTO A HOME CEAGLE BROC The Furniture Men Ey • TOO LATE “I don’t like these photos at all,” he said. “I look like an ape.” The photographer favored him with a glance of lofty disdain. “You should have thought of that before you had them taken,” was his reply as he turn- ed back to work. — American News Trade Journal. CRUELTY TO SCOTCHMEN The origin of the bagpipe was being discussed, the representa- tives of different nations eagerly disclaiming responsibility for the atrocity. Finally an Irishman said: “Well, I ' ll tell you the truth about it. The Irish in- vented it and sold it to the Scotch as a joke; and the Scotch ain’t seen the joke yet!” — The Watch- man-Examiner (New York). SELF-PROTECTION “You admit, then,” said an Alabama judge, “that you stole the hog?” “Ah sure has to, Jedge, " said the colored prisoner. “Well, nigger, there’s been a lot of hog-stealing going on around here lately, and I’m just going to make an example of you or none of us will be safe.” — The Lawyer and Banker ( New Orleans) . Some people wear bone-rim- med glasses and are intellectual, and some just wear bone-rimmed glasses.
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