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| Good Motion Pictures H Are Both Entertaining and Educational || SHM1OT m ! It is Our Desire and Aim to Show the | BEST OBTAINABLE I 03 reyjrepjrerarawrorepjrerarewrarerererarararare 03 | DALTON THEATRE I 03 a iroiijsjOT yj m 03 Mark Twain was called upon to speak at a club dinner, and took for his theme “Honesty.” He said when he was a boy at home he one day saw ' a cart full of melons. He was a boy —and he was tempt- ed; and besides he liked melons. “I sneaked up to that cart,” said Mark, “and I stole a melon. I w r ent into an alley to devour it. But I had no sooner set my teeth into it than I paused; a strange feeling came over me. I came to a quick resolution. Firmly, I walked up to that cart, placed the stolen melon where I got it from — and took a ripe one.” An old colored woman, who came in to help by the day, w ' as engaged in clearing away after a bounteous repast which had included a huge watermelon. As she passed through the doorway, carrying in each hand a well-filled can of the glisten- ing melon rind, she turned and, rolling her eyes, said: “Miss Fanny, would you mind if I carried home one o’ dem cans?” “Why, no, Mandy,” was the reply, “but what in the world do you want with it? You don’t keep pigs or chickens.” “La, no, Miss Fanny. I don’t keep no pigs,” said she, laughing. “I jes w’ant to make de neighbors jealous. Dev don’t nebber hab no sich garbage as dis settin’ out- side deir front steps !” — Western Druggist. (97)
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R. R. MOORE GO. WHOLESALE Groceries, Candies, Drugs, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. Sell only to Merchants Seagle ' s Pharmacy 1 A Drug Store of |g| which every citizen pn is proud jjj Buy at the Best. Elks Building Phone 31 TO TO Where can a man buy a cap for his knee? Or a key for a lode of his hair? Can your eves be called an acad- emy because there are pupils there? In the crown of you head what jewels are found? Who travels the bridge of your nose? Could the crook in your elbow be sent to jail? How can you sharpen your shoulder blades? Could you sit in the shade of the palm of your hand? Or beat the drum of your ear? Does the calf of your leg eat the corn of your toe? Then why not grow corn on the ear? TYPES OF MOONSHINE They sat upon the garden stile The youthlet and the maid; “The stars above are not so bright As you, “he softly said. She lifted up her tiny hand Toward Luna’s golden light; “The moon above is not so full As you, my dear, tonight.” (06) A Puritan girl named Brint Once gave to her cheeks a red tint. She was seen by her brother And then by her mother: What she caught ain’t fit to print. — The Rainbow. “Binks is dead.’’ “How come?” “He stuck his head into the Red Dog Saloon and hollered fire.” “Well?” “They did .” — The Rainbow. “Why don’t you teach that dog to do some tricks?” “I have tried,” replied the man who lacks energy. “The dog won’t learn.” “Not enough intelligence?” “Too much. I can see by the expression of his face that the dog doesn’t see any more sense in the tricks than I do.” Barber (leisurely stropping his razor) You’re getting a bit grey, sir. Customer (impatiently) — Think you’ll get through before I’m bald?
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m m P3 m Y7 e T STO ?£ m PULASKI MOTOR CAR CO. FORD DISTRIBUTORS Accessories and Supplies Standaid Gasoline Mobiloil. Vulcanizing and Repairing Fireproof. Capacity 100 Cars Open Day and Night. Est. 1000 mm Pulaski Feed Supply Go. Dealers in Flour, Feed, Grain, Salt, Seed, and Fertilizer. Distributors of A-l Purity and Jack Horner Self Rising Flour and the Famous 24% Union Grains Dairy Feed. Someone says that he noticed that more men were going into banks and fewer into saloons, but this situation is due to the fact that you get four per cent in the bank and one-half of one per cent at the saloon. Hewitt — “He wouldn’t rent you that flat, eh?” Jew-ett — -“No, he said I was so bow-legged that I would be con- tinually rubbing the paper off the walls.” (98)
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